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(Columbia Records, New York, NY – October 8th, 2014) – Venerable act Depeche Mode have announced the global release of their CD/DVD Depeche Mode Live In Berlin for November 17th via Columbia Records. Directed by their longtime creative collaborator, the filmmaker Anton Corbijn, Depeche Mode Live in Berlin features two hours worth of never before released, stunning live concert ... Read more in Amazon's Depeche Mode Store

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  • Audio CD (July 8, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: March 14, 1989
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Reprise
  • Run Time: 48 minutes
  • ASIN: B000002LGW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,656 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Pimpf [Live]
2. Behind The Wheel [Live]
3. Strangelove [Live]
4. Sacred (Pasedena Rose Bowl Version)
5. Something To Do [Live]
6. Blasphemous Rumours [Live]
7. Stripped [Live]
8. Somebody [Live]
9. The Things You Said [Live]
Disc: 2
1. Black Celebration [Live]
2. Shake The Disease (Pasadena Rose Bowl Version)
3. Nothing (Live Pasadena Rose Bowl Version)
4. People Are People (Pasadena Rose Bowl Version)
5. A Question Of Time (Pasadena Rose Bowl Version)
6. Never Let Me Down Again (Pasadena Rose Bowl Version)
7. A Question Of Lust (Pasadena Rose Bowl Version)
8. Master And Servant (Pasadena Rose Bowl Version)
9. Just Can't Get Enough (Pasadena Rose Bowl Version)
10. Everything Counts (Pasadena Rose Bowl Version)

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101 by Depeche Mode

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A live album and a greatest-hits album all in one, 101 proves that Depeche Mode are just as capable of performing onstage as they are working in a studio. The listener is easily swept up in the hysteria of the fans screaming in the audience. From the brooding "Never Let Me Down Again" to the sickly sweet "Somebody," the live component of this album makes one realize that there really are humans behind the machines, accompanied by a range of real human emotions. --Beth Bessmer

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I cant really describe what it was like.
Joaquin Vazquez
This was an awesome concert and a great live cd.
Jennifer L. Janney
One of the best Depeche Mode compilations ever.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Joaquin Vazquez on February 1, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Memories still vivid in my mind. June 1988. A gloomy, hot, humid night..perfect setting for a DM concert. We get the pleasure of other acts: Wired, Thomas Dolby,OMD..they finish..but we want the MODE. and around 7;30pm...the crowd awaiting for the quartet to take the stage start getting impatient. What happens? The biggest FOOD FIGHT in concert history errupts. Hot dogs, buns, shoes and an assortment of snack bar goodies flying through the air. It subsides and.. Whats that? The lights are dimmed and PIMPF plays in the air. Ther intro finishes..then with 2 loud bangs.. a recognizable bass is heard.. 'Behind the Wheel' starts this night of black celebration. Then as the song plays we hear Dave with the first verse. He sings but where is he? We cant see the band as they are behind a massive curtain. Then swiftly the curtain drops! There they were. DM. Right in front of our waiting eyeballs. The 65000+, black clad, new wave crowd goes nuts. We lost it. Couple of the most most memorable highlights were when they performed 'Blaspehmous Rumours'. Anyone that was also there remembers. During the performance a dark clowd formed above the Rose Bowl, then a loud bang of thunder, and it rained on that hot June night..heres the eerie part..only for that song! Freaked the hell out of our crowd man. Then when they performed 'Never Let me DOwn", Dave had all 65000 pairs of arms moving side to side. I cant really describe what it was like. THe energy and the vibe was outrageous. Dave was feeding of the crowd. At one point he held his face and started crying. So much emotion for the band and us. Never again have I expereinced such a concert. In my mind and many others..one of the best in concert history. DM FOREVER.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Micah Newman on December 29, 2000
Format: Audio CD
When I was in junior high school, about the time this came out, Depeche Mode were *the* thing. Recently I fished this out of the darkest recesses of my closet and put it on for the first time in I don't know how many years. How interesting to hear the same music with very different ears!
When I was about 15 I came to develop a bias in favor of guitar-based music and against electronic music, so DM fell out of favor in my pantheon for quite some time, but rediscovering them now is quite a trip. Listening to Alan Wilder's beautiful orchestrations and countermelodies ("Shake The Disease", "Blasphemous Rumours", etc.) really makes me realize the possibilities inherent in keyboard-based music, which I never noticed way back in the day. The music is great, no doubts there. The 101 film (out of print), which I recently found on e-bay, is terrific too, although I'm a bit preoccupied with the fact that Andy Fletcher doesn't DO ANYTHING! Dave Gahan's stage act ("Alright! Hey! Ohhhhh!! I wanna hear everybody sing it!") seems somewhat overwrought to those of us into introverted indie-rock these days, so it seems funny now. Martin Gore's (who DM fans revere as a "poet") lyrics tend to be strikingly honest and direct, with a distinct touch of that certain adolescent, vaguely petty angst. What teenager entangled in the social web of his peers wouldn't relate to a song like "The Things You Said"? Depeche Mode's songs have a knack of being irresistibly melodic, true-to-life, and tenderly vulnerable. Put all these together, and you can begin to understand the rabid fanaticism which they inspired in so many people during this heyday in their career. It's documented on every second of this live album, and it's fun to share in it vicariously.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mr. VINE VOICE on February 18, 2004
Format: Audio CD
June 8th, 1988. A day that will live in infamy for every Depeche Mode fan. The day that this masterful and truly influential band performed at the famed Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California during their legendary Music For The Masses tour. If there are truly defining moments in life, then this certainly was one of them for DM.
As the opening track PIMPF plays, the crowd begins to lose control and as soon as Behind The Wheel starts up, they've completely lost it. Dave, Martin, Andy, & Alan are all in top form, playing and performing with an intensity unmatched by any other.
Most bands never sound half as good live as they do in the studio. Depeche Mode make it look easy. With the live version of Stripped, DM take an already fantastic single and make it ten times better. Utilizing a mix of Stripped called the Highland Mix, the boys take the opening notes, and instead of cutting them off short as they had originally done, they hold them the full length, which changes the whole diameter of the piece, giving it this truly epic feel. The crowd noise only enhances the experience, giving you this feeling as if the entire world is there screaming and cheering. After Dave sings the first verse and chorus, he cries out defiantly, "Yeeeaaaaaaaggggghhhhh!!!!!!!" igniting the crowd and it is such a powerful moment to behold. I have heard Stripped performed many times, but never with the same strength, passion and veracity that was shown here. I only wish this live version had been released as a single because it truly deserves the status. It is a classic performance all its own.
Martin Gore, our loving curly blonde songwriter, performs three very memorable songs for this concert: Somebody, The Things You Said, and A Question of Lust.
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